Greenhouse Inflation Blower Kits with External Air Draw Tube

( 2 Reviews )

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Air Inflation Blower Kits are used to inflate two layers of greenhouse plastic with constant air pressure that is drawn from the exterior of the structure. These particular kits mount on the hoop of your greenhouse or high tunnel, and have hardware that allows exterior air to be drawn through a tube and blown in between the layers of your plastic. Drawing exterior air has the benefit of reducing condensation that builds up between the two layers, and as a result creates a double layer system that has a higher light transmission percentage as cloudiness is reduced. 

Each of the Inflation Blower Fan Kits with Exterior Air Tubes have the following attributes:

  • Motor mounting bracket with fasteners included
  • Either a 60 CFM (cubic feet per minute) or a 148 CFM Blower Motor
  • Tube for exterior air pulling
  • Includes cord; does not require hardwiring
  • Attachment hardware and instructions
  • Some assembly required

Selecting Your Air Inflation Kit

The Air Inflation Kits available here are offered with very similar hardware with the primary difference being the strength of the blower fan. For smaller greenhouses, a 60 CFM Blower Motor will draw enough air for complete inflation, while larger greenhouses and high tunnels should purchase a 148 CFM Blower Motor in order to maintain a fully inflated double layer greenhouse plastic system. For those wanting a less costly option that draws air from the interior of the structure, take a look at our standard Blower Motor Fans that come with Mount Brackets


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2 Reviews

Kent Coates Mar 6th 2023

Oversized and noisy

This fan blows a lot of air. Even with 90 percent of the suction pipe taped shut it overinflated my 27x95ft greenhouse with 44ft wide plastic on the top. The fan is very noisy and consumes a lot of power which might be suitable in a large greenhouse with different mounting hardware to dampen the vibrations and noise. We ended up making an adapter plate for a small computer cooling fan to run through this fan so we could use the hardware to get air between the plastic layers. We also ducted this through a plywood wall to the exterior and installed a vent cover on the hardware provided. Be sure to take off the metal burrs on the mounting hardware before putting it close to your plastic. We filed it smoother then covered the edges with duct tape.

Jeremy Mar 26th 2022

This kit blows in a good way!!

Quality product in a complete kit. Customer service answers your questions thoroughly in a kindly manner.

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